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p_20160229_185317.jpgExample 01: Safe uniform load for beam notched at tension side of support - See more at: http://cereference.com/book/timber-design/example-01-safe-uniform-load-b...

Jhun Vert
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Yes, the dimensions in the solution is different from the given dimensions. And also, the formula is actually erroneous, unfortunately, it was released in the earlier printing of NSCP 2010. That formula was now corrected, just remove the power in the ratio d/d' and it will make sense.


Ok na sir kita ko.Thanks s info..nscp2010.png

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